Obit: Hoffman, Glen (1887 - 1911)

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Surnames: HOFFMAN NEVILLE

----Source: GREENWOOD GLEANER (Greenwood, Wis.) 06/08/1911

Hoffman, Glen (16 APR 1887 - JUN 1911)

Glen Hoffman was born in New England April 16, 1887. Orphaned at the age of two yeas he was placed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hoffman at Stockbridge, Wis., by the Bethel Children’s Home of Minneapolis. There he spent his babyhood and boyhood days and attended school.

When he was thirteen years of age he came with his foster parents to Clark County, Wis. in the spring of 1900.

Mr. Hoffman bought the old McMahon farm four miles south of town and there they made their home till a few years ago, when they rented the place and moved into town.

Since the family moved to town Glen has worked away from home. He spent some time in a machine shop at Antigo. He lived machinery and had considerable talent along that line, and intended taking up that line of work permanently.

In March 1910 he went to Reeder, N.D. with his brother-in-law, Mike Neville, and family. He remained in Dakota till September. He worked (The rest of my copy was cut off)

 

 


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